Increasingly, investors are moving capital towards value creation for “all stakeholders, not just shareholders”, seeking positive returns that are not only financial but also environmental and social. Against this backdrop, various impact measurement metrics have been developed and adopted, allowing investors to monitor and report their impact under standardized frameworks.
At the same time, it has become clear that we must act beyond measuring outputs and identify best practices for how impact investors can better manage their portfolios, incorporating a holistic approach to impact throughout the entire investment process (intentionality). From designing the initial structure of an investment, to planning a responsible exit, how can investors maximize their social impact? How can investors ensure that they are creating additional value in the process, and that they are leaving their investment sustainably and responsibly when they exit? Join us in this webinar to learn these best practices in impact measurement, management, and exit.
This webinar will discuss:
- Recommendations on value alignment and value creation, balancing competitive financial returns with high impact solutions
- Lessons learned from embedding intentionality in existing portfolios across emerging and frontier markets
- Best practices on post-transaction monitoring and responsible exit for impact investments
Head of Impact Investing
Paul Hailey is Head of Impact at responsAbility Investments and the author of various publications and articles. Previous roles at the company include Senior Research Analyst for the financial sector. He has an MBA from École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Paris (HEC Paris), where he is also a lecturer, and a B.A. (Hons) from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge.
Mervin Teo is a founding member of Quadria Capital. He has over 12 years of private equity and strategic consulting experience. Prior to Quadria Capital, he was with Mizuho bank’s alternative investment business and before, a strategy consultant at PwC working on projects across industries with a focus on healthcare.
He graduated from Singapore Management University with a Masters in Applied Finance and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne.